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The Jardin des glaciers, situated by the St. Lawrence River and in the heart of a World Biosphere Reserve, is an integrated site for interpretation, exploration and education, whose values rely on scientific content, and is set in an unusual and...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
3 Avenue Denonville, Baie Comeau, Quebec G4Z 2W6, Canada
Being that I was on a cruise, there weren't many choices of what to do here. After this visit, we went to a logger village.
ManagersJDG123, Gérant at Jardin des glaciers, responded to this reviewResponded 6 March 2017
Thank you for having taken time to note your appraisal with us. We would be grateful for knowing what displeased you during your passage.
Thank you again and have a good day!
The technical and photo-technics are just fantastic and you feel every bit that you are there whether you are listening in French or English. BUT, that only scratches the service. Imagine that you are facing the ice pack that reaches 4 kilometers (2 and a...More
We enjoyed our visit, it was very informative and the multimedia set up was very well done.
We had a mixture of French and English speakers in our party. The first part of the tour was better for us as the English speakers were able...More
We were told about this place by the tourist bureau. We did the interior tour and the sea shell midden and thoroughly enjoyed both. The multi-media tour was excellent. They permit overnight camping for RVs in their parking lot. This has a great view of...More
I enjoyed the tour here. I learned a lot and the staff was very friendly. This is a great tour for all people and I found it very informative. The presentation of information via multimedia was well done
Another great place to visit while in the Baie Comeau area.
Although some have said that they were not bilingual, we had no problem as long as we attempted to speak french, they were more than hospitable and warm toward a group of obviously non...More